|Ph.D., French, University of Pennsylvania
M.A., French, University of Pennsylvania
B.A., French and Philosophy, University of California, Irvine
B.A., Fine Arts (Studio), University of California, Irvine
Phone: (336) 334-3311
Fax: (336) 334-5358
Dr. Campo is Professor of French, Director of the International and Global Studies Program, and Graduate Director for French and Francophone Studies. His degrees include the PhD and MA in French Studies from the University of Pennsylvania and BAs in French, Philosophy, and Studio Art from UC-Irvine. His research and teaching focus on 16th-century French literature, laughter theory, early modern Orientalism, and French literary representations of cultural alterity. As IGS Director, he also teaches the introductory and capstone core courses for the IGS Program. In professional service, he has been chair of the MLA Division for 16th-Century French Literature and president of the North Carolina American Association of Teachers of French. Among his awards are the UNCG Alumni Teaching Excellence Award, the College of Arts and Sciences Teaching Excellence Award, and a Title VI(A) UISFL grant to develop Asian Studies at UNCG.